Mixee Labs and Amazon have teamed up to bring interactivity to Amazon’s 3D Printing Store. For the first time, Amazon is embedding an online widget—a personalization app for your desktop browser—to enables customers to make unique, 3d printed products.
We’re excited that Amazon is venturing more into 3d printing and enabling customers to not just buy, but to create and remix Mixee Labs’ products. That’s at the core of what 3d printing is about—empowering people to create.
Here are some of Mixee Labs products available to personalize on Amazon.
Miniature Swords designed by Michael Inglis Create over 1.5 million different combinations. Choose from blades, handles, guards, and pommels. These swords are sized to fit snuggly in the hands of standard LEGO Minifigs, but they are not in any way made or endorsed by the LEGO company.
Quark Jewelry designed by Stijn van der Linden (Virtox) Create your own jewelry inspired by the intricate movements of subatomic particles
Vase Topper designed by Peter Albertz Reuse old jars and glasses and transform them into beautiful, custom vases
Slim Wallet designed by Nxt3d Under a centimeter thin, these wallets are perfect for those on the go
Dog Bone Tag designed by Michael Mueller (Pookas) Create your own mini bobbling doppleganger
You can visit Amazon’s 3D Printing Store to find other 3D printed products.
We are excited that Amazon is diving more into 3D printing, and what this can mean for the future of 3D printing and the future of retail.